Batman: Arkham Knight
A Rocksteady Return
The "Arkham" franchise was an instant success with "Batman: Arkham Asylum" back in 2009. Followed up by arguably the best Batman game ever made, "Arkham City" (2011), Rocksteady created a brand that not only broke new ground in video game combat and gameplay, but gave the universe of Batman a fresh look with a unique and engaging storyline. And then...silence. Almost immediately after the release of the Game of the Year edition of "Arkham City," Rocksteady went silent. Fans knew that they were working on SOMETHING, they just weren't sure exactly WHAT. Then, in October 2013, we got "Batman: Arkham Origins," the first title developed by WB Games Montreal. The game met with mixed reviews and countless complaints of game-breaking bugs and glitches in the game. It was disappointing when WB Montreal announced that it would no longer work to patch bugs in the game that didn't cause the game to crash, and it wasn't long before gamers and Batman fans alike turned their heads toward the NEXT "Arkham" game, CLAMORING for any sort of news or rumors about the upcoming unannounced unconfirmed Batman game from Rocksteady. Then, today, on March 4, 2014, the world got its first glimpse (in a 4-minute trailer) at the next "Arkham" game, "Batman: Arkham Knight." It would seem that Rocksteady has returned with a vengeance, bringing along with it an entirely new gameplay mechanic (driveable Batmobile), refined combat, and a whole new Gotham City to explore. Set to release later this year, this game looks to return to what made the "Arkham" franchise great, and is sure to set some new records in the video game industry. Welcome back, Rocksteady. We missed you greatly!
Looks like a BLAST
This game is the final chapter in the Arkham series. Although I haven't played them all, they look great. This one, especially. Not only does it have a futuristic Long Halloween Batsuit (which is not futuristic), and the Batmobile is way updated, and so are the graphics. The beginning to the end of the series is proving to be a huge hit for Rocksteady Studios.
awesome I want to eat it
It is the best gameBatman: Arkham Knight is an upcoming action-adventure video game developed by Rocksteady Studios and released by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One video game consoles, and Microsoft Windows. Based on the DC Comics superhero Batman, it is the successor to the 2013 video game Batman: Arkham Origins, and the fourth main game in the Batman: Arkham series. Kevin Conroy will once again voice Batman. Arkham Knight is scheduled to be released worldwide on October 14, 2014.
The game's main storyline is set one year after that of 2011's Batman: Arkham City and follows Batman, at the peak of his ability, as he confronts the supervillain Scarecrow, who has returned to Gotham City to unite Batman's enemies in a plot to finally kill the Dark Knight.
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Many gadgets and gameplay elements from previous Arkham games return, including the grapnel gun, line launcher and batarangs, the countering system and detective vision. Batman can use some gadgets while flying, such as batarangs or the line-launcher. The character can fly throughout the city using his cape, with gliding now allowing for longer sustained flights, steeper dives and higher climbs. The grapnel gun can now be used to instantly switch directions during a glide.
OMG THE FINALE ARKHAM SERIES
so the trailer looked great and Harley Quinn pack great I always wanted to play as Harley in the batman arkham series if orgins is made by someone else and it was good this game will most likely be better and I hope Harley will be playable in her own parts of her story where we play as her like catwoman in arkham city (and will catwoman also be in this story)anyways this is awesome I hope it will come out.
only one year out from origins. well i guess rock steady made this one so it will be the same thing maybe if you put deathstroke in it again for a longer time it will be good. or make a deathstroke game oh well